- Man United have been backed by a number of pundits to challenge for the Premier League title
- United currently sit third, just five points off league leaders Liverpool
- Simon Jordan, however, has given the Red Devils no chance of winning any trophy this season
- The Old Trafford dwellers are still in contention for four titles, including the FA and EFL cups
Former Crystal Palace owner turn football pundit Simon Jordan has said Man United will go trophy-less this season.
This is despite United enjoying a somewhat mini-revival in the league to be tipped as surprise title contenders for the premier League.
The Red Devils have been on a winning streak since their last league defeat to Man United, with their huge 6-2 win over Leeds United catapulting them to third on the charts.
The side still have a game in hand and could move to second and within just two points of leaders Liverpool should they get a favourable result in the match.
The fine run of results has seen a number of football fans and pundits back the Manchester side as clear league challengers.
Ex-player Roy Keane is among those who have hailed Solskjaer and his team, sensationally claiming the side is the only club who can challenge Liverpool for the domestic crown.
However, Jordan thinks otherwise, insisting the Old Trafford dwellers have no chance to lift any trophy this season.
“No chance will they win the Premier League title, no chance will they win the Champions League – well, they can’t because they got knocked out – no chance will they win the Europa League, and they won’t win the FA Cup," Jordan told talkSPORT.
“I guarantee you, as we sit here today, Man United will win nothing this season," he added.
Be that as it may, the 52-year-old was quick to admit United have the right players to win a trophy but raised concerns if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right man to lead the side to glory.
Man United are still in contention for four titles, including the FA Cup, Europa League and the EFL Cup where they are scheduled to take on Everton in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, December 23.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Man United are in mourning following the tragic death of former club defender John Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick made more than 140 appearances for the Red Devils during his spell at the club but had his career cut short at just 26 following a recurring knee injury.
It was gathered that the Scotsman succumbed on Monday, December 21, after a battle with dementia.
He is best remembered at Old Trafford for his role as the club's first substitute in a league match.
At the time, the versatile defender who could also play as a midfielder came on in place of Denis Law during a 5-1 defeat against Tottenham Hotspur in 1965.
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